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Post by I'm the 1 on Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:45 pm

Peņa Prieta in Spain is a habitat of S. cantabricum (synonim S. vicentei ssp. cantabricum).


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Re: Peņa Prieta

Post by joop huyslook on Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:57 pm

Peņa Prieta is not only the habitat of Sempervivum cantabricum, it is also the presumably most western location of Sempervivum arachnoideum. The hybrid between these two species, Sempervivum giuseppii, grows there as well.

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Re: Peņa Prieta

Post by I'm the 1 on Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:28 am

species
S. arachnoideum
locality
Peņa Prieta
elevation

nearest settlement

valley

mountain
Peņa Prieta (2.538 m)
exposure

mountain range
massif Fuentes Carrionas (a part of Cantabrian mountains) - highest peak of this massif is Peņa Prieta
comune /municipality

province

region

country
Spain
field collected plants in cultivation


reference

photos

notes

about the name
"peņa" is Spanish word meaning "rock", "rocky outcrop" or "rocky summit"
wrong name
Pena Prieta

species
S. cantabricum / S. vicentei subsp. cantabricum
locality
Peņa Prieta
elevation

nearest settlement

valley

mountain
Peņa Prieta (2.538 m)
exposure

mountain range
massif Fuentes Carrionas (a part of Cantabrian mountains) - highest peak of this massif is Peņa Prieta
comune /municipality

province

region

country
Spain
field collected plants in cultivation


reference

photos

notes

about the name
"peņa" is Spanish word meaning "rock", "rocky outcrop" or "rocky summit"
wrong name
Pena Prieta

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Re: Peņa Prieta

Post by I'm the 1 on Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:32 am

species
S. x giuseppii
locality
Peņa Prieta
elevation

nearest settlement

valley

mountain
Peņa Prieta (2.538 m)
exposure

mountain range
massif Fuentes Carrionas (a part of Cantabrian mountains) - highest peak of this massif is Peņa Prieta
comune /municipality

province

region

country
Spain
field collected plants in cultivation


reference

photos

notes
There seem to be three clones in cultivation labeled as:
S. x giuseppii ex Peņa Prieta
S. x giuseppii ex Peņa Prieta No. 1
S. x giuseppii ex Peņa Prieta No. 2
about the name
"peņa" is Spanish word meaning "rock", "rocky outcrop" or "rocky summit"
wrong name
Pena Prieta


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